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Learning professionals John Howie and Laara Archers dive into current and emerging topics around adult education, corporate training, and learning and development. With 40 years of expertise between them, they welcome guests and experts from the multi-faceted and ever-changing world of learning.
 
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This week’s Dum Tee Dum is from Michael Weilock and Anwyn. In this episode we’ll hear from Jen, formerly cycling Christine, Glynn Fullerlove, Brian Holding, Bluehaired feminist, Witherspoon, Rachel from Doncaster and Christopher Mckiddie Plus: Tweet of the week from Purple Pumpkin And we have social media round-up from our Sue Queen or Tart. FB rou…
 
Writer, Sarah McDonald-HughesDirector, Gwenda HughesEditor, Jeremy HoweAlan Franks ….. John TelferBen Archer ….. Ben NorrisBeth Casey ….. Rebecca FullerChelsea Horrobin ….. Madeleine LeslayClarrie Grundy ….. Heather BellDavid Archer …… Timothy BentinckEddie Grundy ….. Trevor HarrisonGeorge Grundy …… Angus StobieJill Archer ….. Patricia GreeneJolene…
 
Support us on Patreon ($5 monthly) for two bonus episodes every month: patreon.com/thearchers Connect with us on Twitter: twitter.com/TheArchersPod Our ethereal new intro and outro theme song!: https://twitter.com/erynranney & https://www.tiktok.com/@alltoogayyy This week, we're sharing a Patreon exclusive episode from June! With the approach of Mi…
 
Helen and Lee pop round to Joy’s to apologise for Henry playing loud music, but Joy doesn’t mind at all. She gives them an apple pie and when they thank her, she says it’s because she’s got an ulterior motive. Mick’s uncle has given him a hot tub which Mick’s having installed at Joy’s. So there might be a bit of disruption from noisy workmen for a …
 
Toby tells Kenton he’s going to miss working at The Bull. When they discuss Toby’s Ambridge achievements, they agree that Rosie’s his greatest success. Toby worries about saying goodbye to her, but Kenton reminds him he’ll see Rosie at weekends and holidays still. Toby vows to be at every significant event too but it’s the everyday stuff that’s goi…
 
Desperate Pip asks Chelsea to cut Rosie’s hair ready for Jill’s 92nd birthday tomorrow. Initially reticent, Chelsea agrees to do it. But when they arrive at Chelsea’s, Rosie won’t get out of the car. Pip thinks it might be to do with Toby moving out tomorrow. Chelsea remembers what it’s like not to have a dad around as a child and manages to persua…
 
Lilian ambushes Alan in the Tearoom. She’s keen to progress the scheme for a new church window, but Alan suggests Peggy needs to be prepared for some negativity about the project. Lilian reckons he’s overthinking it, but Alan’s keen to pursue other ideas that Peggy could gift instead. He runs through some of them but Lilian sticks to her course; sh…
 
Mischievous George draws Kenton into the conversation he’s having with Clarrie, who gets embarrassed and bustles away. George discloses to Kenton that his grandma and grandpa have fallen out big time, recounting to mortified Kenton the tale of Clarrie’s ‘affair’ of years ago. Kenton rushes to Grange Farm to speak to Eddie, who plays the wronged hus…
 
David and Ruth compare the merits of Meadow (green) and Ferret (also green) paint for the Brookfield refresh, and speculate on what might be wrong with Ben. They can’t believe their children will have all finally left, after nearly thirty years. They feel lucky none of them have gone far. Later with Leonard the pair disagree mildly again over the n…
 
Lilian’s keen to show Alan the Bridge Farm family’s ideas for a dedicated window in St Stephen’s. Alan tries to explain that any decision would involve a complicated process, and that church window designs these days tend to focus on broader Christian thinking rather than individual or family dedications. Lilian mentions it would be based on a psal…
 
Eddie updates George on the growing Grundy Borsetshire Bronze turkeys, including his tried and tested sales patter, as they watch the comical poults’ antics. George is impressed with the money they’ll make, and later he asks his Grandpa for a loan of £75 for a ‘business opportunity’. He wants to buy fifteen more turkey poults to supplement their st…
 
This week’s Dum Tee Dum is from Michael Weilock and Anwyn. In this episode we’ll hear from Jen, Gennie with a G, Rachel, who likes frogs, Sandra, Rob, Claire from Clapham, Sarah in Kent, Polly Perks, Brian, Grizelda, Lilli, Rob Williams, Queen Bee by the sea, Auntie Ani, Charlotte, Miss Christmas and our Witherspoon! Plus: Tweet of the week from Pu…
 
Kenton confides to Jolene that he’s already missing Shula. He knows it’s silly. Jolene thinks it could be linked to the discovery of his old diary. He admits she might be right, and wonders where all his passion and principles have gone. Jolene asks if she can take a look at the diary. Kenton acquiesces, but she should know there’s lots about girls…
 
Writer, Tim StimpsonDirector, Kim GreengrassEditor, Jeremy HoweJill Archer ….. Patricia GreeneDavid Archer …… Timothy BentinckBen Archer ….. Ben NorrisJosh Archer ….. Angus ImrieKenton Archer ….. Richard AttleeBrian Aldridge ….. Charles CollingwoodLilian Bellamy ….. Sunny OrmondeAlice Carter ….. Hollie ChapmanChris Carter ….. Wilf ScoldingNeil Cart…
 
Writer, Tim StimpsonDirector, Kim GreengrassEditor, Jeremy HoweJill Archer ….. Patricia GreeneDavid Archer …… Timothy BentinckBen Archer ….. Ben NorrisJosh Archer ….. Angus ImrieKenton Archer ….. Richard AttleeBrian Aldridge ….. Charles CollingwoodLilian Bellamy ….. Sunny OrmondeAlice Carter ….. Hollie ChapmanChris Carter ….. Wilf ScoldingNeil Cart…
 
Alistair has some answers for Chelsea around the practicalities of the paternity of her baby. The father can’t have any influence over her decision whether or not to keep it, but he must support her if she does. Alistair can’t advise her on whether to tell the father or not; that’s for her to decide. Meanwhile at No.6 Tracy speculates fruitlessly t…
 
It’s the day of Martha’s naming ceremony, and as the family wait for Jennifer to be ready, Alice is the calmest person in the room. There’s an awkward moment when Brian expresses his surprise that Lilian hasn’t yet appointed a new manager for the Stables; she’s brave to take it on herself.Neil’s confides to Chris he’s dreading having to cross paths…
 
Shula’s struggling to decide on what clothes to pack for her trip, keen not to make the wrong impression. Dan advises her to be herself. He comes to her rescue and soon has the packing efficiently completed. Grateful Shula thinks he’s remarkable, and just like his father, who always travelled light and took just the right amount on their holidays t…
 
Shula and Dan chat in the stable yard, joined by Lilian who heartily approves of Dan’s surprise visit to see his mum off on her travels. Wistfully acknowledging Dan’s confidence and drive, Lilian moves on to business matters. She doubts they’ll recruit a Stables manager before Shula goes. They discuss Alice, who’s spoken to Justin about the role an…
 
This week’s Dum Tee Dum is a repeat of the Sunday omnibus music, a fabulous rendition of Berwick Green from the very talented Paul Sartin and the group Bellowhead. Sadly Paul suddenly died this week and we wanted to pay homage to this fabulous musician. On this episode we’ll hear from Jen,in her car, Claire Astbury, Christine Armstrong (formerly cy…
 
Beth’s not looking forward to a hen party trip to Magaluf. Josh reckons it won’t be as bad as she thinks, and Ben promises they can make up for it with a celebration for her birthday when she gets back. They agree a cosy night in will work. Unimpressed Josh raises a ‘no smooching’ house rule for the Stables, but Beth counters with a few household r…
 
Writer, Katie HimsDirector, Rosemary WattsEditor, Jeremy HoweDavid Archer …… Timothy BentinckJosh Archer ….. Angus ImrieKenton Archer ….. Richard AttleeLilian Bellamy ….. Sunny OrmondeLeonard Berry ….. Paul CopleyJustin Elliott ….. Simon WilliamsBrad Horrobin ….. Taylor UttleyChelsea Horrobin ….. Madeleine LeslayTracy Horrobin ….. Susie RiddellRuss…
 
Brad declares it’s not Chelsea’s fault that Russ and Lily have split up – it’s his. But at least it’s diverted gossip away from Chelsea . When Brad tentatively asks why Chelsea rang Jim and not him, Chelsea says she was worried he’d be angry. Chelsea tells Brad she thinks she now knows what she’s going to do about her pregnancy, but it makes her fe…
 
Lilian’s surprised when Lynda turns up with Monty to see Justin. When Lilian explains it’s not a good time because Glenda Belcher from the BL Board is due any minute, Lynda says she knows – it’s all part of the plan. Lynda explains that as Glenda’s on the board at Berrow, Justin’s hoping to get her vote to get out of their contract with the meat pr…
 
Tracy tells Kenton that Jolene’s been really great over Chelsea’s disappearance and that from now on she’s going to be totally reliable. Kenton knows she’ll be good, but asks if something comes up again, to let them know. Leonard chats to Tracy and afterwards asks Kenton whether he thinks Tracy’s alright. When Kenton says no, Leonard has an idea. L…
 
Josh is upset when David asks him to sort through his things from the loft. When Josh wonders why it can’t all be left in his bedroom, David says they’re planning to turn his and Ben’s bedroom into B and B accommodation. Josh is hurt that they’re thinking of doing B and B so soon. David says that although he’ll miss them, it’s long overdue for Josh…
 
Jazzer tells Blake he’s a hero for looking after Chelsea and bringing her home and it’s brilliant to see him looking so well. Having heard that Blake’s at Tracy’s, Lynda calls round. Blake tells her he’s now working at an animal sanctuary and apologises for running away from Lynda’s, when both she and Robert had been so kind. Lynda’s understanding …
 
This week’s Dum Tee Dum is an epic rendition of the national anthem and in this episode, we’ll hear from many of our lovely callerinnerers! So we heard from Jen, twice, Witherspoon, Lilli, Claire Astbury, Gadget Girlie and Jojo Sexy Heels Plus: Tweet of the week from Purple Pumpkin And we have a social media round-up from Stephen Bowden FB roundup …
 
Lynda and Lilian reminisce about where they were on the day of the Queen’s coronation. There is a book of condolence at St Stephen’s for the death of the Queen and the two women become emotional when Lynda shares what she wrote. Chelsea’s at Blake’s flat where he kindly tells her it’s been really nice having her to stay, but Chelsea needs to go hom…
 
Make an account through Google on GaylorSwift.com to attend Katie’s Gaylore Group on 10/13! Support us on Patreon ($5 monthly) for two bonus episodes every month: patreon.com/thearchers Connect with us on Twitter: twitter.com/TheArchersPod Our ethereal new intro and outro theme song!: https://twitter.com/erynranney & https://www.tiktok.com/@alltoog…
 
Writer, Sarah HehirDirector, Kim GreengrassEditor, Jeremy HoweJolene Archer …… Buffy DavisHarrison Burns ….. James CartwrightSusan Carter ….. Charlotte MartinBrad Horrobin ….. Taylor UttleyChelsea Horrobin ….. Madeleine LeslayTracy Horrobin ….. Susie RiddellRuss Jones ….. Andonis James AnthonyAlistair Lloyd ….. Michael LumsdenJim Lloyd ….. John Row…
 
Tracy’s appreciative of Fallon covering her shifts at the Bull. Susan thinks Jolene and Fallon should get a medal constantly rallying people and coming up with new ideas. Fallon says it’s the least they can do. Chelsea’s absence affects Jolene too and she tells Fallon she will never take her for granted. Later Tracy tells Susan she can’t do this an…
 
Jolene tells Jim and Alistair she’s got a lead from the Chelsea social media campaign. Someone who looks like Chelsea has been spotted working at a soft play centre, and they need a volunteer with a car. Jim’s keen to go with Alistair. When they arrive it turns out that she’s just a doppelganger. But Alistair says they will find Chelsea. Jim agrees…
 
Tracy keeps trying Chelsea’s phone to no avail and no-one’s seen or heard from her. Tracy checks Chelsea’s room once more to see if she’s missed any clues. When Brad goes up to investigate, he stops Tracy in her tracks when he says he may know something that might help; he thinks Chelsea had a crush on Russ.Tracy surprises Lily and Russ when she tu…
 
Susan and Freddie help with the search for Chelsea by printing missing posters for volunteers to distribute. Susan’s really worried as there hasn’t even been a text from Chelsea; Tracy’s beside herself. When Freddie wonders why she’s gone, Susan’s lips are sealed. Tracy thanks Harrison for getting the ball rolling so quickly last night. He says jus…
 
This week’s Dum Tee Dum tune is from Helen and her daughter Holly and on this episode, we’ll hear from many of our lovely callerinnerers! So we heard from Jen, Minxy Brit, Josh in the Pacific North West, Bernadette Hawkes, Stephen Bowden and Christine on email. Plus: Tweet of the week from Purple Pumpkin And we have a social media round-up from Sue…
 
This episode is sponsored by Laura Cook who just became a new patron! Listen out for details later in the show of how you could sponsor Dumteedum This week’s Dum Tee Dum tune is from Helen and her daughter Holly and on this episode, we are lucky enough to hear from 6 lovely callerinnerers which is awesome ! So we heard from Witherspoon with Angus H…
 
Support us on Patreon ($5 monthly) for two bonus episodes every month: patreon.com/thearchers Connect with us on Twitter: twitter.com/TheArchersPod Check out www.GaylorSwift.com! In The Archers' third song deep-dive episode (following The Archer and New Romantics' Queer analyses), Katie and Madyson read the haunting and cold lyrics to Cowboy Like M…
 
Charlotte Higgins, Ambridge aficionado & The Guardian’s very own The Archer's monthly columnist, listen to Charlotte and the Dumteedumers discuss the latest goings on in Ambridge. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
This week’s Dum Tee Dum tune is from Marie Bray and on this episode we are lucky enough to hear from lots of callerinner us which is fantastic: there was our Witherspoon, Simon from Shropshire, Glynn Fullerlove, Tracy from California, JoJo sexy Heels and Sofaspudnot, Christine, GadgetGirlie and Clare via email. Please call into the show using this …
 
When Taylor wrote Folklore & Evermore she crafted a world where girls fall in love with each other everyday; a world with purple pink skies, salt air, flushed cheeks, the golden sun & sweet tea. In this hour, we will dive into the imagined world of Taylor’s Folkmore, drawing connections and making sweet speculations, and hopefully discover together…
 
Theylor Interpretations explores the ways Taylor has blurred the gender binary in her work using intentional pronoun changes, gender perspectives, non-binary themes, gendered language, and Queer codes that extend further than relational and sexual Queerness. It will also question the progression of cisheterosexual normativity in Taylor's career, an…
 
Well, this is a mega episode! Lots of fantasy football talk (shout out to our fantasy league) + Alan Francis + 2009 Fantasy and so much more. Enjoy! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
 
We are largely dedicating this show to the legend that is June Spencer and we have been lucky enough to receive calls from several cast members who have worked with June over the years. You’ll be hearing messages from Graham Seed, Sunny Ormand and Suzi Riddle. This week’s Dum Tee Dum tune is from Stephen Bowden and on this episode we are lucky enou…
 
This week’s Dum Tee Dum tune is from Stephen Bowden and on this episode we are lucky enough to hear from lots of callerinners which is fantastic: there was Hugh, Jen, Brian, Witherspoon, Drew, Charlotte and Sarah from Smethwick on Speakpipe and GadgetGirlie and Mike Jennings via email. FB roundup and welcoming new members of our FB group Please cal…
 
This week’s Dum Tee Dum tune is from Stephen Bowden and on this episode we are lucky enough to hear from: quite a few first-time callerinerers, which is fabulous: there was David Mullins, Sue from Sussex and Charlotte. Plus calls from the faithful friends Jen: Ambridge Pony club, Bernadette Hawkes and Claire Astbury; Plus: Tweet of the week from Pu…
 
P.S. This episode was recorded a month ago, right after Carolina’s release! Thank you for being patient with us as we stepped away to focus on GaylorFest/mental health… GaylorFest was SO MUCH FUN and we’re so excited to start planning for next year :,) Check out GaylorSwift.com to access recordings of the presentations! Shoutout to our INCREDIBLE t…
 
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